Just in: the giant store retailer in the United States of America, Kroger had a robbery the previous week. While the police reports showcased after the investigation and still searching the suspected man who did rob at Kroger Thursday morning. While the police are asking for public assistance in locating the suspect.
In this regard, the robbery occurred at approximately 10:30 a.m. at 325 E. Spring Street. Employees told police that a man, whether white or Hispanic, move toward the customer service desk. And sent a handwritten note to the employee. The letter reads: “Give me all the money or I’ll start shooting.” The Police said nearly $1,600 was handed over to the suspect, who left the store and ran toward Mallard Street.
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After checking the CCTV footage, the police described that the suspect wore a black and blue jacket for the north face, black pants, and a black mask. Officers also acknowledged a possible suspect vehicle that was driving the wrong way on Mallard Street and then turned into A Street. It was a grey Pontiac sedan with four doors and black wheels.
The police department has also published photos of the man who robbed the Kroger store. While they are also everyone with any information about the theft is asked to contact the Palestine Police Department at 903-731-2254 or Anderson Co., Ltd. Crime Stoppers at 903-729-8477.